We develop research-based, multidisciplinary learning content and skills to handle antimicrobial resistance (AMR), one of the major global threats to sustainable development in healthcare.
The group focuses on creating awareness among future and current health professionals about the complex interlinkages between climate and health and engage students in innovative thinking about how to contribute to a greener health care system which is resilient to a changing climate.
Effective implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in higher education requires critical attention to “sustainability” and other health political concepts.
SHE develops case-based learning strategies to train students in making wise and long-term decisions in line with the Sustainable Development Goals.
This group explores factors that impede and facilitate translation processes in healthcare and develops concepts and models to understand, evaluate and facilitate such processes. Moreover, the group focuses on developing pedagogical methods and tools in order to teach medical students to engage critically with knowledge translation in healthcare.